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Mr Trump also tweeted on Saturday that "everybody" had better health care than the USA, but the system would "soon be great". White House officials said the US-Australia refugee deal still stood, but remained a "raw nerve" for Mr Trump.
  • Moon condemns N. Korean missile launch

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    Security Council resolutions, the presidential office said. South Korean President Moon Jae-in has strongly condemned rival North Korea's missile test-launch as a "clear" violation of U.N. Japan's Kyodo News said the missile may be capable of covering a range as far as 4,000 kilometres if launched at a normal trajectory, citing unidentified sources.
  • Trump Insists He Is Not Under Investigation

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    McCabe stepped into the role of acting director Wednesday after Trump dismissed Comey, purportedly over his conduct during the 2016 probe into Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state. Attorney for the Southern District of NY and an assistant Watergate prosecutor, told MSNBC that the situation reminds him of Watergate and makes him wonder if Trump recorded Comey or if the president is trying to intimidate him by implying he has a tape.
  • Pablo Zabaleta to leave Manchester City in the summer

    Pablo Zabaleta to leave Manchester City in the summer

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    With third-from-bottom Hull City in action 24 hours later 17th-placed Swansea moved four points clear of their rivals with goals by Fernando Llorente and Kyle Naughton. Southampton added to the doom and gloom at Middlesbrough with a 2-1 win at the Riverside Stadium that lifted Claude Puel's side up to ninth place.
  • Trump says next gen leaders among Liberty grads

    Trump says next gen leaders among Liberty grads

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    Twitter also reports Liberty University as a top trending item at the moment, as President Trump gave his rousing first commencement speech at Liberty University , or at any university, for that matter, as President Trump. "It's been a little over a year since I've spoken at your handsome campus", Trump said. The eight are among more than a dozen candidates Trump is considering, and they include several lawmakers, attorneys and law enforcement officials.
  • The new faces of France? Macron's candidates gather in Paris

    The new faces of France? Macron's candidates gather in Paris

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    He will then attend a ceremony in front of hundreds of politicians and invited guests at which the official election results will be read out. After Macron was formally declared president, 21 cannon shots were fired from across the Seine River at the Invalides monument, where Napoleon is entombed.
  • N/Korea accuses USA of plot to assassinate president

    N/Korea accuses USA of plot to assassinate president

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    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at a trilateral meeting with with Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se at the United Nations in New York City, US, April 28, 2017. The U.S. Embassy in Seoul and South Korea's National Intelligence Service can not be reached by the Reuters for comment. It remains unknown how many people have been arrested, but the statement said "a terrorist group" was involved in the plot and named several agents, ...
  • British Columbia Liberals hang on to win minority government

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    There will be at least one recount after the NDP won in Courtenay-Comox but just nine votes. With the night wrapped, the BC Liberals hold 43 seats, the NDP 41, and the BC Greens 3. The Liberal campaign focused on economic growth and job creation. British Columbians voted today for proportional representation. "And so it is by no means finished and the dynamics of the house, once it's finally constituted in the form that it's going to take, I think, will have a lot to do with what the story ...
  • Seoul, Pyongyang envoys may talk at Belt and Road Forum

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    Presidents Moon and Xi began their conversation at around noon and spoke for about 40 minutes. China has vigorously opposed the deployment of a U.S. Moon expressed his hope to visit Trump and Xi in the near future, pledging cooperation with both in denuclearizing North Korea. In the telegram, Xi wrote that he hoped to "continue consistently placing great value on relations between South Korea and China and that China will guard the hard achievements it has made with South Korea in ...
  • Trump confident he can broker Mid East peace

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    In a joint news briefing with Abbas on Wednesday evening after their first meeting , Trump said he will "do whatever is necessary to negotiate a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians". Trump met with Abbas on Wednesday and expressed confidence that his presidency would help ease tensions between the Israelis and Palestinians. I firmly believe that this is possibly - we are able to resolve it.
  • UK Labour launches defence policy with Trump blast

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    The Prime Minister's strategy is clearly aimed at persuading Labour voters in its heartlands who voted Leave in last year's European Union referendum to back her on Brexit and give her a bigger Commons majority. Corbyn also said there would no more "hand holding" with US President Donald Trump - a reference to an embarrassing moment for Prime Minister Theresa May when the American leader took her by the hand during a visit to the White House.
  • Donald Trump had no income from Russians 'with some exceptions' , lawyers say

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    Trump, during an interview with The Economist , was asked whether he would release his tax returns in exchange for Democratic support for tax reform. Lindsey Graham, who is part of a committee looking into Russian interference in the USA election, made a request. As the investigations into Russian involvement in the United States election intensify, Trump and his business's ties to Russia have come under greater scrutiny.